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Posted: February 26, 2011 at 11:57 PM / IP Logged  
The Shack does not sell a 10,000 microfarad capacitor. They do however sell a 4700 microfarad device. Please (for your sake) use at least a 25 volt capacitor. 2 4700 mic caps paralleled will yield 9,400 mic. I solder the diode directly to the terminals of the relay. Set the relay on the table with the terminals facing up, set the diode and bend the legs so they contact 85 and 86, then solder them to the terminals, make sure you solder it to the base of the pin so you will still be able to place a connector on the terminal. You do not need to put the parts on a circuit board, but it will look neater and possibly last longer if you did. Any 10,000 ohm resistor will work.
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